It's a credit, so you meant that it went down to 0.55 I presume.
Not sure what the column named 'Mark' really means here, but for sure, it...
Here's one type:
Assuming you are referring to the US market, you know that there are 16 option exchanges. Each with their own set of trading rules and features....
LOL...Too much beer today San!
I'm guessing that your order were auctioned. On what exchange did you get filled?
I bet it was. Not uncommon.
Or, it's a timing issue (trade was done before his order hits the book).
Not sure what you were trying to show with the pic attached, but the info included is no help at all.
IB, or any other broker, just send orders to...
People should stop trading what they don't understand.
All the info about Exchange fees is located here:
But I guess that you...
1000 Mbps is not really a speed. It's the amount of data you can receive per second. Like Scat said before, latency is what matter. Remember that...
You're doing click-trading and you're complaining about 1-sec order execution response time?
There is so much going-on between the time you click...
Exchanges used to trade in eighths also.
Exchanges used to have trading floor with pieces of paper all over the place....
Yes, you're right. This occurrence was probably the case.
If it was a trade of a Price Improvement Auction, then both counterparties were the same broker.
You have generated 120% return?
Yearly, monthly, over x period?
Paper trading, or with real money?
The 07 to 09 crash, but what...
Just a great time to open you wallet and collect some dough.
Pits are not what they were used to be.
But, floor trades do exist, and CBOE is still a big player in that field.
Historical data of what?
Stocks, options, futures, forex, others?
For how far back?
1 year, 1 month, 1 day?
Tick, minute, hour, eod?
And BTW, Google is way more efficient that ET for those types of questions....
No, there isn't.
Short positions are reported twice a month by the firms.
Meaning that the numbers are updated only twice per month.
Separate names with a comma.